Cabaret & Club Talent

Pangea in the East Village has reopened its doors to cabaret featuring Michael McAssey on Monday evenings at 7 pm at the piano. Sue Matsuki and Gregory Toroian will offer up a bi-monthly Sunday Open Mic Jazz Brunch starting June 13, also featuring special guest artists from noon to 3 pm. Check calendar for more performers on the roster. Reservations: www.pangeanyc.com 213 995-0900

THE MAGIC GARDEN in a livestream concert to celebrate their 67 years of friendship!  Friday, June 4th at  7:30 PM EST. on demand anytime after,  yes anytime! Carole Demas, joined by her MAGIC GARDEN Co-Star Paula Janis, paint a fun filled concert filled with songs, stories, solos and duets throughout the concert, sure to please all fans new and old alike.  Friends for 67 years, on and off stage, Carole and Paula are celebrating their friendship in concert. A Live Streamed and On Demand Event https://www.musae.me/skylightrun/experiences/1030/carole-demas

As part of New York City’s great re-awakening and just in time for the summer, Carolines on Broadway re-opened to the public for the first time this past weekend with headliner Donnell Rawlings whose six scheduled shows sold out, necessitating an added show. This is  one of the first live entertainment venues to operate in Times Square since the pandemic. In honor of the re-opening, the iconic comedy club held a ribbon cutting with Owner Caroline Hirsch, U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, Comedian Yamaneika Saunders, and special guests Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and State Senator Brad Hoylman.

The iconic Don’t Tell Mama on West 46 Street has opened. The June calendar features: Seth’s Talent Showcase, Artemisia Le Fay, Nate Bucciderei/Brian Nash, Marc McBarron Kessler, David Konig, Celia Mei Rubin & Friends, Leanne Borghesi, David LaMarr/Darnell White, Ricky Ritzel’s Broadway. Reservations/Information: www.donttellmamanyc.com  212 757-0788 (after 4 pm)

Aimée Allen Jazzsinger and Trio will be performing in person and livestream for Jazz WaHi Vocal Series on June 3 at 7:30 with Toru Dodo and Yoshi Waki. More information: www.jazzwahi.com/vocalseries  www.aimeeallenmusic.com


Tudor City Greens Begins It’s Own Music FestivalSean Harkness with Gennaro Tedesco: Wednesday, June 9th at 6:30pm (rain date June 10th) The Greens Concerts Tudor City Greens – South Park (41st St / East of Second Avenue) seanharkness.com and www.infusemusicmedia.com

Tony Middleton Quartet with Jon Weber on piano, Marco Parnascia on bass and James “Cook” Broadnax on drums, will be performing at The Roxy Hotel (2 Sixth Ave.) on June 12th 8-9 pm, 9:30 – 10:30 pm. No Cover. (212) 519-6661

The West Bank Cafe on 407 West 42 Street (212) 695-6909, has a great lineup continuing as follows and their delicious menu is also available.

Wednesday, June 2
 7-9 Michelle Dowdy and Jordan Wolfe

Thursday, June 3
 7-9 Zen Brother

Friday, June 4
 5-7 Marissa Mulder and Bill Zeffiro
 8-10 The Jazz Bandits

Saturday, June 5
 5-7 Eric Yves Garcia
 8-10 The Gabrielle Stravelli Trio


Sunday, June 6
 5-7 Mardi Millit & Michael Garin
 8-10 Sean Patrick Murtagh

Wednesday, June 9
 7-9 Aaron Lee Battle & Jon Weber

Thursday, June 10
 7-9 Zen Brother

Friday, Jun 11, 2021
 8-10 The Jazz Bandits

Saturday, June 12
 5-7 Eric Yves Garcia
 8-10 The Gabrielle Stravelli Trio

Sunday, June 13
 5-7 Mardi Millit & Michael Garin
 8-10 Aisha DeHaas & Jon Webber

Wednesday, June 16
 7-9 Karen Oberlin with Tedd Firth

Thursday, June 17
 7-9 Nicolas King

Friday, June 18
 5-7 Darnell White
 8-10 The Jazz Bandits

Saturday, June 19
 5-7 Eric Yves Garcia
 8-10 The Gabrielle Stravelli Trio

Sunday, June 20
 Billy Stritch

Wednesday, June 23
 7-9 Mark Nadler

Thursday, June 24
 7-9 Nicolas King

Friday, June 25
 5-7 Sue Matsuki
 8-10 The Jazz Bandits

Saturday, June 26
 5-7 Eric Yves Garcia
 8-10 The Gabrielle Stravelli Trio

Sunday, June 27
 Billy Stritch

Wednesday, June 30
 7-9 Corina Sowers Adler


Reminder to follow NY PopsUp for continued music information about who and where the artists will be performing in the five boroughs, coinciding with The 20th Annual Tribeca Film Festival and the Festival at Little Island, Pier 55 thru Labor Day. www.NYPopsUp.com

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